Below are links to common places utilized by groundwater districts, where more information can be found about groundwater in Texas and in the United States.
Texas Water Development Board – The Texas Water Development Board’s (TWDB) mission is to provide leadership, information, education, and support for planning, financial assistance, and outreach for the conservation and responsible development of water for Texas. To accomplish its goals of planning for the state’s water resources and for providing affordable water and wastewater services, the TWDB provides water planning, data collection and dissemination, financial assistance and technical assistance services to the citizens of Texas
Texas Commission of Environmental Quality – The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) strives to protect our state’s public health and natural resources consistent with sustainable economic development. Our goal is clean air, clean water, and the safe management of waste. The Office of Water works toward clean and available water and is responsible for all aspects of planning, permitting, and monitoring to protect the state’s water resources.
Texas Alliance of Ground Water Districts – The Texas Alliance of Groundwater Districts (TAGD), formerly the Texas Groundwater Conservation Districts Association, was formed on May 12, 1988. Its membership consists of underground water conservation districts of Texas with the powers and duties to manage groundwater as defined in Chapter 36 of the Texas Water Code (voting members) and other organizations that work in the groundwater arena (associate members). TAGD is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, or scientific purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Texas Drought Monitor – The Drought Monitor focuses on broad-scale conditions, and represents the scale of drought areas of Texas are in.
National Ground Water Association – The National Ground Water Association is the hallmark organization for anyone affiliated with the groundwater industry. A nonprofit organization, NGWA is composed of U.S. and international groundwater professionals — contractors, scientists and engineers, equipment manufacturers, and suppliers. Our purpose is to provide guidance to members, government representatives, and the public for sound scientific, economic, and beneficial development, protection, and management of the world’s groundwater resources.
Texas Legislation – This link will take you to the Texas Legislature Online page, where you can search any bills during the current session which occurs every two years.